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Farhan Akhtar pens special note to support Cristiano Ronaldo; says ‘It’s so easy to tear someone down’

 

Farhan Akhtar, an actor-filmmaker, has written a tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo and criticized those who have criticized the footballer. Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, Farhan said that it pains him ‘to watch critics disparage him and speak of him as a has-been’. Farhan also stated that it is simple to “bring someone down” when they stop acting like “robots” and start displaying human feeling. Farhan also posted a photo of Cristiano Ronaldo in a suit.

Farhan Akhtar shared special post for Ronaldo

 

 

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Farhan wrote in the caption, “This is a @cristiano Ronaldo appreciation post. This guy has given his life to the game, set standards of skill, athleticism and fitness that most sportspeople can only fantasise about. It’s so easy to tear someone down in a moment when they stop behaving like robots and display human emotion. It’s so easy to forget how fortunate we’ve been to witness him take the beautiful game to a whole other level through sheer commitment, sacrifices, hard work and constant improvement through self-analysis.”

 

The Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara actor further stated, “It annoys the hell out of me to see commentators diss him and speak of him as a has-been. Not one of them could last a day in his shoes. I don’t know the guy but I know that watching him play made me happy. Even when he played against teams I supported. I hope he knows what he means to the millions of people who feel the same way I do.”

 

Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan wrote ‘Truth’ in the comment section and many fans praised him for showing support to Cristiano Ronaldo during his hard time.

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